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Treachery Camp Seal Rocks

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Zahra H. 1 month ago
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Is fishing allowed?

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Angie B. 4 months ago
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Are hot showers and toilets available for campers?

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Yes by Mike W.

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Yes by William

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Wantingvto stay for 1 night on our way through. 1st of October. How much and how do i book ? by Angie B.

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Wanting somewhere close to the amenities by Angie B.

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Eka y. 7 months ago
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How much per night for camping?

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Theo E. 1 year ago
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Are you still open and operational with the current bushfires?

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Yes they are still open by F camp lovah

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Hi! How much is for 1 campervan for 1 night? by Valentina Barra Díaz

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You can research that I their website by F camp lovah

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Jennifer 1 year ago
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Are dogs allowed?

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I don’t believe so. Can’t recall seeing any on site either by Chris G.

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No. Afraid not as it’s surrounded by National Parks. by Mike W.

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Unfortunately dogs are not allowed by F camp lovah

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22 Reviews

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Kelsey h.
1 week ago

Very helpful staff, great amount of non-allocated camping so you can choose wherever you want. Lots of bird life & sunrise + sunset on the beach is great

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Jessica C.
3 months ago
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Thomas N.
4 months ago
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Celeste and Dan
4 months ago

The perfect camping spot! Beautiful beaches within walking distance, and some other great spots nearby by car. Saw whales and dolphins just off the coast, and lots of kookaburras in the site :) The facilities were great, warm showers and a fire = a must for winter. I would recommend arriving early if you’re heading for a weekend as spots do fill up quickly. We arrived around 2pm on a Friday and it was pretty full. We will definitely be back in the summer!

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Sarah B.
7 months ago

Great location and beautiful campsite submerged in nature. We camped on Haps flat, but next time I’d look for a spot on lovers lane. We camped in winter and it was quiet, I wonder what it would be like finding a spot on a busy summers weekend due to the free style camping. I would highly recommend the headland track, sugarloaf lighthouse and a swim at number one beach.


Location

166 Thomas Rd,
Seal Rocks,
New South Wales

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Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
80
Next to car
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
Management
Independent
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Closest

Independent Bungwahl

5.95 km

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